Blacks are so oppressed that every corporation must issue its own hostage video. https://t.co/gDK6Lu3K8c— Jared A. Chambers ?? (@C4CEO) June 6, 2020
Samples tweets involving the most “privileged” brands in America showing how they’re totes down with the Revolution.
Here's the current NYT nonfiction bestsellers list, also known as "Stuff white liberals buy" pic.twitter.com/CkF0ZX0fuD— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) June 9, 2020
I cannot decide which of these is more ridiculous. pic.twitter.com/7oDJgXZkxB— Bethany S. Mandel (@bethanyshondark) June 9, 2020
The heretic has confessed his sins and repented. https://t.co/3prg11CiCh— Mirabelle Ward (@MirabelleW18) June 8, 2020
Epic Games has expressed their support for Black Lives Matter while Valve has remained silent, therefore choosing the side of white supremacy.— Friends of Journalism (@journalistew) June 5, 2020
Which games platform do you support now?
The NFL still doesn't know who its fans are. https://t.co/TEcHMod7mW— Robert Barnes (@Barnes_Law) June 7, 2020
Ladies and gentleman, I once again regret to inform you that the influencers are at it again pic.twitter.com/SfCGcQdJ3y— Jordan Lancaster (@jordylancaster) June 5, 2020
Nike Releases Commemorative Shoe To Honor Looters https://t.co/k5zOc7nW8Z— The Babylon Bee (@TheBabylonBee) June 2, 2020
I saved the best two for last, however, seeing as how they arguably represent the extreme ends of the woke-branding spectrum:
fwiw literally every business in America is doing the same thing right now hoping it will prevent the woke warriors from tearing it down https://t.co/Su9oCCkHFl— Reince #LibertyAndJusticeForAll Niebuhr (@ReinceNiebuhr) June 5, 2020